For lunch, PLP Students can choose to eat at FireLake Fry Bread Taco, FireLake Pizza, or the Sharp House.
“The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center re-opened in January 2018 after undergoing a 4-year renovation. New, updated, and digital interactive exhibits tell a more complete narrative, beginning with Citizen Potawatomi oral traditions, continuing through early ways of life, conflict, and forced removals before examining more recent history, including our time in Kansas and Indian Territory, and ending with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation today.”
“The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Eagle Aviary offers a permanent home to eagles rescued from the wild that have been injured and cannot be successfully rehabilitated and released.”
“24 lanes of state-of-the-art bowling for all, whether you’re a pro or just looking for family fun. The alley includes a full arcade and snack bar and grill. Glow bowl every Friday & Saturday night. USBC sanctioned leagues call Firelake Bowling home, and there’s a Bowler’s Pro Shop onsite!”
“Retail Showroom and climate controlled Indoor Shooting Range open 7 days a week!”
“FireLake Golf Course is an enterprise of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, a sovereign tribal nation located just outside of Shawnee, Oklahoma. Built in 1983, FireLake has long been Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma’s only public course. Following a multiyear renovation in 2015-17, FireLake Golf Course’s 6,335 yards of greens, fairways and rough are ready for golfers of all skill levels and experience on its 18-hole public course. Its tight fairways are lined by native grass and old-growth pecan orchards, while water hazards come into play on 13 of the 18 holes. There are 11 beautiful lakes and a natural creek that run through the middle of the course while the Championship Bermuda makes for competitive hole placements on greens that are an average of 8,000 sq. feet in diameter.”
“Escape rooms are a unique and fresh type of entertainment. Puzzles, brain teasers & hands-on activity. The goal is to solve puzzles & clues in order to “escape” the room.”
Comfortable spacious seating, a variety of theatre concessions and Digital Projection and Sound with 3D capability. Jones Theatres operates Movies Six in a joint venture with international theatre chain AMC Theatres, giving local audiences the benefits of a national chain with local ownership and supervision.
“On the campus of our local liberal arts university, OBU, sits Oklahoma’s only Nationally Accredited Arboretum. All arboretum trees are mulched, tagged, and have dedicated irrigation. There are over 300 trees & shrubs on more than 220 acres, representing 134 different species, including a seedling from the OKC Bombing’s Survivor Tree.”
“We are local artist with a vast array of talent. We strive to have ART for everyone.”
“Play pickleball at downtown indoor courts located at The Auditorium!
What is pickleball? A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Played with a paddle and a plastic ball with holes, as doubles or singles.”
“Shawnee Outreach Thrift Store offers a unique shopping experience from trendy fashions and accessories to vintage clothing from years past. We carry a wide variety of new and slightly used products and merchandise including women’s, men’s and children’s apparel, jewelry, purses, belts, household and baby items, books, DVD’s, linens, furniture, luggage, collectibles, and much more.”
“Van’s is Oklahoma’s oldest single-family-owned restaurant! Bringing you the best in BBQ since 1930!”
“One of the world’s richest youth rodeo”